New Sectioning Features for Content Journeys

Roojoom now supports "adding sections" to your Content Journey.

What is Sectioning?

Sectioning gives you the ability to include nested steps inside your Content Journey. The feature gives you the ability to create sections which include sub-steps. This allows for better organization of your content. 

Sub-Steps Can Be Effective in Creating:

  • Courses / Training
  • eBooks
  • Resource Guides
  • Onboarding
  • Education Pre Work
  • Learning Paths
  • Booklets
  • Catalogs
  • Tutorials

 

The New Content Journey Layout

The Sectioning feature comes with a new and improved Content Journey layout. Your readers will now be able to see the step titles while inside the step . Step titles are located to the left of their corresponding step. Step annotations will show as a bubble when a reader hovers over the step name.

 

 

By default, chapter titles are visible in the Navigation Map on the left guide bar just as step titles are. However, sections are marked by a small arrow to their left indicating a collapse menu. When a reader clicks on the triangle, the chapter will expand inside the navigation map for easy view.

 

How to Create a Content Journey with Sections

The Content Journey creation process has not changed. To create a Content Journey with Sections you have two options.

Option 1: Use the section cover step

In your editor Click on “Add Step” and select the new “Section Cover” step type.

 

 

A Section Cover is a step that is designed to function as the cover for your section. It contains only a title and subtitle. You may add a background image and an annotation if it serves you.

 

You can now add sub steps below the Section cover.

 

 

Option 2: Convert any step into a Section cover + Drag and Drop

You can nest your existing steps below any other of your steps using drag and drop. To do so, you will need to allow sup steps. This is automatically enabled for “Section Cover” type steps. But you can check this option in every other step type as well (See image below). Once a step has the “Allow sub steps” options checked you can drag other steps right into it.

 

 

Once a step has the “Allow sub steps” options checked you can drag other steps right into it.

 

 

 

  

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